Pretty shops, banks, cafes and restaurants line Arnside promenade and the estuary views towards Grange and the Lakes peaks can be fully appreciated sat outside The Albion or The Fighting Cocks Pub. The nearest supermarket, located at Milnthorpe approximately 4 miles away, is Booths, a local supermarket renowned for its quality and supplies of local produce.
Arnside and outlying area are designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has sites of scientific interest found around the limestone pavements. There are many lovely wooded walks around Arnside Knott, up to the “Pepper-Pot” at Silverdale or around the coast with its cliff top walks and sea views.
Arnside has excellent communication links. The M6 motorway junctions J35 and J36 are less than ten miles away, meaning easy access to the South Lakes, Windermere (20 miles), Lancaster (17 miles), or North Yorkshire (20 miles).
Arnside railway station allows easy access to Carnforth (of “Brief Encounter” fame), Grange, Ulverston, Barrow and Manchester. The line from Lancaster to West Cumbria also passes over the River Kent via the Arnside viaduct.